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evening, everyone. i'm larry kudlow. this is the "kudlow report." we're live at 7:00 p.m. eastern and 4:00 p.m. on the west coast. our top story tonight, will arizona governor jan brewer veto a gay discrimination bill passed by the state legislature. nbc news joins us with the details. good evening. >> reporter: of course the poe opponents call it a religious freedom bill. in any event, governor brewer who is on the spot on this has just returned to arizona after attending a three-day governor's conference in washington. she'll know that the momentum toward a veto has been building fast. >> all right. i guess we lost the tape, mike, but we got you and that's just as important. >> i guess we did, yeah. >> i'm reading the same thing that you are reading. it looks like you've got businesses like apple and the nfl super bowl putting pressure on her, but you have some well meaning people on the religious right who are going to fight this. >> reporter: steve pierce was the majority whip and the republican senate. it was a vote along party lines. pierce said he supported it, voted for it. he d
to dig deeper in this report is larry eikle the director of the pew's philadelphia program. thank you for being with us. >> thank you for having yes. >> philadelphia is a beautiful place. i call it home. and it really was traditionally a proudly middle class place. people were really okay being middle class, and middle class in the 50's and 60's, and into the 70's in many classes could actually mean blue color. >> it absolutely could. one of the fascinating things we found was in 1970 44% of the people we considered middle class didn't even have a high school degree because there were those blue collar jobs available. that's not the case now. you need a college degree or a lot of college education to be part of the middle class. that's true nationally and it's certainly true in philadelphia. >> so when people say, i've been talking to people about this all day. tell me why philadelphia was hit harder than other cities that you've looked at, what is the answer to that? >> well, it was certainly hit hard. whether it was harder than other cities i think is hard to say, but philadelphia w
's larry jacobs. >> reporter: spring is less than a month away, but during the last week of february in chicago, it'll feel like january with morning temperatures plunging below zero. hats and gloves are still selling in stores. >> showcasing what's left of the winter gear and appropriately displaying the summer gear. >> reporter: flood warnings and advisories are posted across illinois and indiana where ice jams are sending rivers over their banks. >> these chunks of ice out here, you know, are thick, and they're just destroying whatever they crossed. >> reporter: southern california is bracing for the worst downpours in months. homeowners in the foothills outside los angeles are taking no chances because mud slides are a big threat. >> it just talked a little about doing what we can do at our home and maybe possibly sandbagging around the doorways, you know, just -- i think we'll be okay but -- >> reporter: with flood concerns from california to the midwest, americans from coast to coast cannot wait for this mean season to end. larry jacobs, abc news, new york. >>> well, unfortunat
well. i don't want you in atmel, but i want to, you a happy anniversary. can i go to larry in arkansas, please. larry? >> caller: yeah, jim, nice to hear from you. >> how are you? >> caller: good. i have a question about tyson stock. jim, last quarter 2013, sales up 7% from the prior year. are they keeping administrative and general expenses down and keeping the operating profit up? >> they've done a fabulous job, larry. i want to tell you, i miss it. i thought that this was a play that didn't have this kind of shelf life, but the grain costs came down. i was thinking farmed and dangerous, they're thinking it's a real fantastic situation. the bulls have been right on tyson. i have not been bullish enough. can i go to carolyn in kentucky, please? carolyn? >> caller: hi, jim, this is carolyn, morganfield, kentucky. i have a question about pinnacle foods, pf. i own some shares and i'm looking to increase my shares, but with a focus on healthy lifestyles and the slow start-up of pinnacle foods, is that a wise move? >> i don't know. i think, let's hear, they report next week. now, i will te
let's turn to cornell university's larry brown, a ye owe physics professor chair of the earth and atmospheric department. dr. brown, thanks so much for joining us. is man to blame or is nature? what's your cake on this in. >> both, probably. i think we have the three suspects that you mentioned. a possible natural up tick, although that's a little bit unusual, quite unusual. suspects in the man-made category, include both hydro fracturing and the wais wastewar disposal. most suggest that hydro fracturing is not the cause, but it's been known for a long time pumping large amounts of water can trigger earthquakes. >> i know this is a complicated issue and not everybody out there is a gio physics professor, so could you explain for us how does pudge thing water in to the ground create an earthquake? >> several ways but the primary is the water weeks in the fault zones and weakens the strength that is the rocks and act as an effective lubricant so the faults which are held together by friction suddenly get greased and lip urged forces there already. >> you said you are suspicious
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larry biel ready for the red carpet. >> no i i don't have somebody designing my clothing for me. >> that's obvious. >> i know. him if it's rough in here. when curry visited madison square garden a year ago he lit up the knicks for 54 points. i'm in trouble. take game made a statement for him. warriors return to the world famous arena against just they are an awful knicks team. they should stop playing right now. about they are lil awful. yelling fire the coach in the middle of the game. seth thunder down under. andre. hits the 3. triple double for steff. didn't good for 50. o'neal with authority. huge slam. and then check this out here. this is a sweet reverse and the knicks they are just flailing away and warriors have 73 points at the half. ex knicks pushes off with the rebound then dunk. remember me? look at tomorrow son. harassing carmello. back up the other way. steff give it to the guys who played defense. thompson knock down a 3. warriors roll. after wining in phillies the shark shuffle off to buffalo face the last place saber who have their number and traded star
storms is hitting california this morning. our coverage begins with abc's larry jacobs. >> reporter: spring is less than a month away. during the last week of february in chicago, it feels like january with morning temperatures plunging below 0. hats and gloves still selling in stores. >> showcasing what is left of the winter gear and appropriately displaying the summer gear. >> reporter: flood warnings and advisories across illinois and indiana where ice jams are sending rivers over their banks. >> chunks of ice out here, you know, they are thick. and they are just destroying whatever they crossed. >> reporter: despite dropping temperatures, search will resume for a missing man whose boat capsized in an ice-jammed river in central illinois. >> with ice, cold temperatures, very difficult. there's not a whole lot of open water. in the area where the victim was. and a lot of, you know, difficult stuff to deal with. >> reporter: southern california's bracing for the worst downpours in months. homeowners in foot hills outside los angeles are taking no chances because mudslides are a big
indian style in the lobby of apple. >> really? larry? disclosure, i do not think i could do that. >> the question is, on which mobile device do you feel the least or most safe? >> what if i was on my kindle? >> is that yes? to tell me to change my passcode. let's get to the data check. we do not need a passcode for this. commodities off the news in the ukraine, russia not pulling back but a much easier dialogue this morning. the nymex takes a breather, 103.42. 101 .91.r yen, gold, down a dollar today, a better feel led by u.s. futures. >> and stronger as well. stronger with more levity in the markets. coming up we are going to geneva for the motor show. when i think of mclaren i think of a baby stroller. but we are talking about the latest model to reach 62 miles per hour in three seconds. morning, everyone. "bloomberg surveillance," i am tom keene. the president of mcafee, you know them as the security giants with sophistication. merchants like target have taken steps to cover up cyber security disasters. maybe they don't want to talk about it? a big issue that we hear about, bu
a challenge sense barbara boxer. the billionaire tech executive formerly served as chief of staff to larry summers during the clinton presidency. could easily finance her own campaign which would run $30 million to $40le. . stories i argue thinly reported there. but we will see. >> whether she has political ambitions, obviouslyquestion. one wonder why up against bongsbong bongsbongs boxer when feinstein's up in 18 and will be 85 and expected not run. a nasty primary campaign in a democratic state. >> facebook may be losing one of its rainmakers in term of modernization. >> i think it's part of the narrative, she's 44, ambitious, she has been as we pointed out involved in politics in a way, serving with larry summers years ago. >> $1.6 billion. >> made the billionaire's list for the first time on "forbes." following berkshire's shareholder letter, warren buffett sat down with becky quick who joins us with more from omaha. tour deforce, you guys covered everything from bitcoin, coke, ibm, activism. where to begin? >> you know, i thought we'd start out talking about what's happening today, ca
as that bill, the should be be towed. everybody knows what the deal is about. you have a nice day, sir. larry in mississippi. we will go to walter in new jersey on our line for independents. caller: this is wrong. let's saypen up -- i'm a very conservative christian that does not a clergy.women they want to meet somewhere and i have a meeting all. to --l give me the right able open pandora's box. host: you are pushing for her to veto this bill. what pushback are you saying in the news on this bill? caller: it should be vetoed. they did not think it through. host: walter calling in from new jersey this morning on the washington journal. we should you governor brewer's tweet at the top of the show. we want to show you an interviewe that she had with cnn. it is going to hit your desk in arizona today. you are very well aware of what's next. where's your mind right now? certainly am going to go home and when i receive the bill i will read it and be debriefed on it. we have been following it. i will make my decision in the near future. i have until friday or saturday morning to determine that. >>
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